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now in the capitol city of bangladesh. a group of armed gunman have taken as many as 20 hostages inside a rest we begin with breaking news. a siege in the capital city of bangladesh. a group of armed gunmen have taken as many as 20 hostages inside of a restaurant in dhaka's so-called diplomatic zone. a massive firefight is under way with police and there are reports that some of the gunmen are also throwing hand
grenades. it's not clear exactly how many hostages were taken. an official on scene says there are injuries on side and negotiations under way. some kitchen staff that managed to escape say that the attackers shouted, god is great. the restaurant is popular with locals and foreigners. the u.s. embassy has accounted for all its workers. we'll continue to monitor this situation and bring you any new developments. to the south bay now, where a little boy holding his mother's hand was hit and killed by a car in a mall parking lot. kpix 5's maria medina is live at oakridge mall in san jose with the latest developments. >> reporter: a couple of hours ago we learned the little boy's name was [ non-english name ] just six years old of san jose. the accident happened behind me where those orange marks are. state police calling it an accident. it happened around 9:30 last night here in the parking lot
of oakridge mall. police say a car moving slowly crossed paths with a family of three and this is what happened next. >> a mother was holding the hand of her 6-year-old son and they were walking in the parking lot with another sibling when a mercedes-benz came out and struck the family. police say the driver was cooperative. they don't believe that drugs and alcohol are a factor. the little boy whose name is aniket gadre, his mother was hit also and will recover. the boy died it the hospital. police are investigating. maria medina, kpix 5. a person in a wheelchair was seriously injured after a van drove on the sidewalk on a busy street in san francisco. it happened at 7 a.m. this morning. no word on the extent of the
injuries. police say that the driver of the van is cooperating with the investigation. new at noon, governor brown has signed the bulk of the measures in a sweeping gun control package. one of the bills bans high capacity gun magazines in our state. that includes any device that holds more than 10 rounds. another bill signed by the governor would require people to have background checks in order to purchase ammunition. the governor did veto five of the 11 bills. one would have limited people from buying more than one long gun in 30 days. workers in a handful of bay area cities are getting a raise going up to $13 an hour in several cities. jackie ward breaks down the numbers. >> reporter: this is just step one. as of today minimum wage goes from $12.25 an hour to $13. mayor ed lee says this is a reason to celebrate. >> we all feel for working
people because it's hard in our expenses expensive city to survive without a decent wage. >> reporter: thanks to prop j which was approved in 2014 minimum wage in san francisco is on the way to being $15 an hour. paul is a home care worker and will directly benefit from the raise. >> $15 an hour minimum wage increase will surely ongoing-ly help me do my endeavors. >> reporter: the owner of a business in the ferry building is okay with the minimum wage being raised but says it doesn't affect her business. >> yeah. i think it's fine. san francisco is an expensive place to live and we have always started people above the minimum wage anyway. our economy is doing really well so i'm not sure who it's going to affect, um, negatively. >> reporter: critics argue that higher wages may force businesses to increase the cost of products, give workers less hours or even lay some people off. step 2 goes into effect a year
from today when minimum wage goes to $14 an hour. it will be $15 an hour by the year 2018. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. also taking effect today california's stricter child vaccine law preventing school districts from admitting new students without evidence every vaccines or valid medical excuse. parents can no longer refuse to vaccinate their kids for personal or religious beliefs. arraignment today for a man accused of stabbing a stranger in a santa rosa movie theater. police delonte hart a homeless man entered the roxy theater wednesday night after staff let him in to use the restroom. they say hart sat behind a man and then stabbed him several times. the victim is expected to recover. no indication that they knew each other. hart is a person of interest in the homicide of a homeless man in santa rosa. that man was stabbed 50 times just blocks from the movie
theater. mountain view police found a world war ii era explosive this morning in an abandoned building. it led to a evacuation of several businesses on hope street but the bomb squad checked it and determined it is not active. this man is behind bars for allegedly burglarizing a laundromat in milpitas. it happened in the early- morning hours yesterday. police say that 36-year-old made a hole in the wall in the ventilation system and was trying to steal money from the coin machine. he was booked into jail for burglary, burglary tools and parole violations. new information about the man involved in the first-ever fatal crash with a self-driving car. joshua brown had posted several videos on youtube showing off his tesla's autopilot feature. tesla says he was in that mode when he hit a tractor-trailer that turned into his path last may. driving records obtained by the "associated press" show that he
had been cited for speeding eight times in six years. federal safety investigators are looking into the crash. tesla says the car's cameras failed to distinguish the white side of the big rig against a brightly lit sky and didn't put the brakes on. there's more fallout from brick meeting with attorney general loretta lynch. lynch will accept the recommendation of career prosecutors on whether to bring charges related to hillary clinton's email scandal. the development comes amid growing calls for lynch to recuse herself from the case. she has been under fire since her meeting with president clinton on monday. >> don't have a role in those findings in coming up with those findings or making those recommendations as to how to go forward. i'll be briefed on it and i will be accepting their recommendations. >> presumptive republican nominee donald trump said that he was quote, flabbergasted by the meeting. he called it sneaky and
horrible. hillary clinton's campaign says it won't comment on the issue. investigators are learning more about the three terrorists behind at tack on istanbul's -- the attack on istanbul, turkey's airport. holly williams on the missed opportunity that might have prevented the tragedy. >> reporter: new security camera video shows terror in the departures area as one of the armed attackers went looking for victims. one of the suicide bombers is thought to have been a russian citizen from the north caucuses reasoning. the two others from uzbekistan and kyrgyzstan. it's estimated that thousands of fighters from russia and i former soviet republic have joined isis. the neighborhood where the attackers apparently holed up is popular with people traveling to and from syria. this person is the local plumber and told us that when one of the men asked him to fix a leaking tap a few days he noticed a strange odor in the apartment.
[ non-english language ] >> reporter: i asked the man what it was, told you but he just waved me away. explosives experts believe it might have been a chemical precursor used in the suicide vests. turkish media and a u.s. officials say this man was the organizer of the massacre akhmed chatayev an isis commander from chechnya. turkey is allegedly not doing enough to stop terrorists in their country from joining isis in syria. it seems that some of those foreign fighters may have targeted turkey and its biggest airport. still ahead, millions of americans hitting the road for the holiday weekend. so how do you avoid the traffic headaches? we'll have the 4th of july getaway. >> plus fireworks thrilling for people but nerve-racking for some dogs. the new drug that could help
arlington, texas... following a comput new at noon, tense moments on board this roller coaster at six flags in arlington, texas following a computer error. nearly two dozen people were stuck on the shock wave coaster as the ride was approaching an incline. they were out in the sun for about half-hour until workers helped them get out and walk down a stairway to the ground. no one was injured. slow progress on the "trailhead fire" burning in placer and el dorado counties. it is only 12% contained.
about 2600 structures are threatened. evacuations have been ordered since it began two days ago. that fire has burned 2100 acres. the 4th of july weekend begins today. and a lot of californians will be hitting the roads. kpix 5's maria medina explains why this year may set records. >> reporter: and we're going to be breaking some records this holiday weekend. we have broken down the numbers for you. take a look. 43million americans will travel for the 4th of july. and in california, 4.9 million californians will travel as well. that's the highest number since 2002. of those, 4 million will hit the roads. >> the heaviest road travel will be, of course, friday around 3:00 to 8:00 p.m. and, of course, on monday late afternoon. >> and so now the question is, when is the best time to travel? experts say that's tomorrow, saturday, before 11 a.m. and after 3 p.m.
in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. and it is not just the roads that will be crowded. an estimated 600,000 californians will travel by air. just in time for the holiday weekend, people hoping to cross the golden gate bridge will now have to pay 25 cents more. it's $7.50. if you have fastrak you get a dollar discount. starting today it will cost more to park at caltrain stations. the daily parking fees going up from $5 to $5.50. monthly permits are going from 50 to $55. and no more free parking at the belmont station. it will be $5.50 per day there. to new york now where preparations are under way for the macy's 4th of july fireworks display. they are setting up fire barges in the east river. this is the 40th anniversary of the show. it takes a year of planning to pull it off. some of your neighbors may be lighting off their own
fireworks come monday. >> but they are exciting for people but the loud noises may have pets trembling with anxiety. edward lawrence has details on the new drug that could help dogs cope. >> reporter: zoe loves the outdoors but loud noises even thunderstorms and especially fireworks make her afraid and anxious. >> her tail immediately is in between her legs, body starts shaking, she starts to pace and pant. >> reporter: zoe is among 1/3rd of pets who have noise aversion. now the food and drug administration has approved the first and only drug to help dogs with the problem. >> a gel that is administered in the mouth. >> reporter: this veterinarian says the drug sileo can calm the pet. >> it's not a tranquilizer. it inhibits the release of adrenaline. >> reporter: fireworks are a trigger.
the 4th of july holiday is one of the busiest times for shelters with spooked pets running away. >> reporter: dogs with heart, kidney, liver or breathing problems should not take it. the doctor suggests owners try comforting their pets before turning to medication. >> one thing i would recommend if your dog has serious noise aversion tendencies, probably to stay with the animal. do not leave them home alone. >> reporter: arlene is glad she has options for zoe. she plans to give her the drug before the fireworks start this holiday. edward lawrence for cbs news, rye, new york. >> some symptoms of noise aversion in dogs include panting, trembling, cowering and running from home. a pro baseball here in the bay area now as two girls out roster and they are expected to play for the first time tonight. 25-year-old pitcher in fielder stacey piagno is on the left from florida and 17-year-old kelsie whitmore is from temecula in riverside county. they are going to play for the
independent league's sonoma stompers. game time is 6 p.m. at arnold field. go, stompers. everyone is wondering what the weather will be like for the holiday who. here's roberta with our forecast. >> reporter: good friday afternoon, everybody. look at the wall to wall sunshine across the santa clara valley at this hour. nothing but full sunshine for you in san jose all the way through the 4th of july. but we do have the stratus most commonly referred to as the marine layer, the low clouds and fog hanging tight to the coast. this marine layer will deepen each and every day. very little sunshine through the weekend at the beaches. a hailstorm yesterday over the for corners. better conditions for today. we still have the thin layer of clouds next to the coast bright sunshine away from the beaches. the enhancement of the marine
layer, there's the area of high pressure keeping us dry albeit cooler than when we started the workweek. there's your futurecast. you see the clouds next to the coast. watch as we go to saturday. we still have clouds entering the bay. the marine layer barely backs off at the coast all weekend. it's a typical "june gloom" weather pattern for this first day of july. we are talking about the thunderstorms in the las vegas area. that's where we have a chance of thunderstorms during the late day hour in the high sierra and yosemite. the heat is on the in the central valley with the triple digits. our temperatures today 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. take your pick. we have it all. here's the extended forecast. gradual cooling each day with the westerly flow, the deepening marine layer. fireworks for the 4th of july at the embarcaderos, it's the same story every year. we'll have partly cloudy and 56. if you are heading to the alameda county fair today, 93 degrees. and marin county fair is open
through the 4th of july at 75. have a very safe and happy 4th of july. a lot of people who have dollar signs in their eyes today. the jackpot for tonight's mega millions drawing an estimated $415 million. that would be the tenth largest jackpot in u.s. history. the winning numbers will be drawn tonight at 8 p.m. pacific time. mega millions is played in california, 42 other states, dc and the u.s. virgin islands. >> we have an office pool going! we are getting excited! the dow is up this afternoon in advance of the holiday weekend. be surprised by the cost. the average holiday ba 56-dollars to if you plan to barbecue this 4th of july weekend you may be surprised by the cost. it will be $56 to feed 10 people a 1% increase over last year. coming up, new images from mars. how they are giving scientists clues about the history of the red planet. >> and we want to know what's cool about your summer camp? email your nomination to email@example.com, and we may come and feature your camp on the show.
well, today's tip of the day is going to be is golden raspberries. this time of year you see golden raspberries in the mark. i love them. the flavor profile is out of this world and they are great for us, too. but selection and storage is very important because these will break down much faster than the red ones. make sure just like this when
you buy them nice and dark yellow, light gold color all the way around. check the bottom of the tray. make sure it's free from any moisture. that's a tell tale sign that there's decaying raspberries. store them in the refrigerator right away. and enjoy them within one or two or maybe three days at the most. they break down quickly. remember, all raspberry are super foods. they are great for us. the golden raspberry in the market, enjoy, makes it with the other raspberries the red and make blackberrys and blueberries in a berry salad. i'm tony tantillo, your fresh grocer. and always remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. they look good, right? yeah. >> nasa scientists have been poring over pictures of martian sand dunes. the images revealing a lot about the red planet's past. these pictures were taken by the mars rover curiosity. nasa says the ripples are nothing like the dunes here on
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rehabilitation. that story and more at five. a horse is on the mend after falling down 20 feet in castro valley. the clydesdale's road to rehabilitation. that and more at 5:00. >> enjoy the beginning of your long holiday weekend if you have it. >> kenny and i will be back here on monday, though. thanks for joining us. captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org noises, even,,
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